These rustic macarons can pack a caffeine punch – or not if you choose decaf. I can tell you whether you opt for caffeine infused or not, they’re the perfect bite-size treat for coffee lovers. Mine were decaf but I would definitely like to try the full sugar and caffeine hit sometime.
Lemon cupcakes brushed with a tart syrup to contrast the creamy raspberry buttercream. This combination of lemon with raspberry really does remind me of a raspberry lemonade in the summer.
These sugar biscuits actually hold their shape when baked! Making them ideal for fun shapes to ice, which is especially amazing in a gluten free recipe. I have successfully made these biscuits vegan before, by using flaxseed instead of egg, which gives the biscuits a cute speckled look that suits the cinnamon flavour.
I love chocolate as a flavour, but sometimes you need a lighter cupcake, with a summery taste. When an airy cake is called for, this is my go-to lemon cupcake.
Happy Pancake Day! I love a classic British pancake but sometimes I want something that feels more luxurious, and for me American style pancakes really hit the spot.
A gorgeously rich and creamy ganache made from Terry’s Chocolate Orange. This ganache recipe is a really simple way to add extra flavour to a bake.
Salted caramel may be one of the most delicious flavours out there, it’s certainly one of the most popular flavours over the past few years. For some reason add salt to your caramel and it feels more grown-up. I think it must be because the salt balances out taste, curbing the sweetness of the caramel.
I love almond as a flavour, in general anything made from ground almonds has a beautiful gooey texture that feels super indulgent. I know it’s one of those tastes that some people don’t like, but if you do then this is the free from recipe for you.
Missing out on pastry desserts makes me sad on the regular, so having a good free from pastry recipe is super important to me. This shortcrust pastry is ideal for sweet treats, when rolled out thick it’s almost like a biscuit casing your filling. Yum.
It doesn’t get much tastier than ganache. It’s creamy, chocolatey and just delicious. You can use it as a filling, to make cake pops or cover a cake and that’s just the buttercream-esque form. Whilst you can make truffles, mousse style desserts or sauces out of ganache, I’m going to focus on the ratio forContinue reading “Chocolate Ganache With A Vegan Option”